Wednesday, February 19, 2014

How to Backup and Restore your Android data on Computer

How to Backup & Restore your Android data on Computer

Contacts, call logs, SMS, music, movies, photos and applications,these files with the use of your time and become more and more. You should know how important of them. But there is no official assistant to help backup and restore these data.

Luckily, you can backup and restore our Android data with a computer easily if you have Android Manager. Android Manager will help you to back up contacts, call logs, SMS, music, movies, photos and applications to computer and restore them.

This blog will help you backup Android data and restore them by using Android Manager. This Android Manager makes it easy, which provides you the easiest way to backup contacts, text messages, calendar, Call logs, playlists info, apps, photos, music and videos from Android device fast.

Find out how to backup and restore your valuable apps, contacts, messages, and more with just a few easy steps.

How to Backup and Restore your Android phone or tablet


Step 1 Run the program and connect your Android to the computer

Install and run the Android app backup tool on your computer, then it will ask you to connect your Android device to the computer via a USB cable or via Wi-Fi. 

   


Step 2 Backup Android files to computer

After your Android connect to the program successfully, you will be taken to the home window of your phone. As you can see, all your Android data (Music, Videos, Photos, Contacts, SMS and Apps) will be detected by the Android Transfer app and listed in the left column of the window. You can backup these data one-by-one or backup them all at one time by clicking on "One-Click Backup" on the main interface.

Check the contacts, SMS, applications, calendar, playlists, call log, apps and playlist info and select a location by hitting on "Browse", and then click on "Back Up" to finfish the backup work.




Step 3 Restore Android data from your Android

Once you have backup your Android device, you can restore them in the future. What you need to do is just click the "Toolkit" tab in the left column and click "Restore" button to get them back.


This Android Manager is also a good helper which can export your Android Music, Movies and Photos to computer and import them to your Android from other device.

More tutorials about using Android Manager:

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